2017 August: Resisting the Dissipation of Energy

Anomaline I am at a comforting impasse with Meredith (novel). Something like the top of a hyperbole, where, after following a tangent for some time now with the book (basically just writing out images I found titillating without quite reasoning their trajectory), certain attractors inherent in what is already committed to the journey so far, … Continue reading 2017 August: Resisting the Dissipation of Energy

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2015: October: The Unbearable Lightness of Being & A Ritual Resuscitation of Eternal Lovers

The Unbearable Lightness of Being I have just read Milan Kundera's The Unbearable Lightness of Being and found myself consistently delighted with it. Here are some extracts: On the bowler hat belonging to Sabina, Tomas' artist lover (p.83): First, it was a vague reminder of a forgotten grandfather, the mayor of a small Bohemian town … Continue reading 2015: October: The Unbearable Lightness of Being & A Ritual Resuscitation of Eternal Lovers

2015 September: Lucas Blalock, Emma Cocker, Helena Hauff and Proust

Emma Cocker Emma Cocker becomes an increasingly interesting researcher-artist for me to have a dialogue with. For her, research about practice and practice itself are one and the same. She uses her practice to experiment with ideas about artistic labour and process, which I find exciting. I guess a tool used to examine itself is … Continue reading 2015 September: Lucas Blalock, Emma Cocker, Helena Hauff and Proust